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Smithsonian NMAAHC May 14
African Americans crafted possibilities in a world that denied them opportunities. BOSS: THE BLACK EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS, is a new film covering 150 years of Black business leadership. Stream the full documentary for free via until 5/22:
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Tiffany Lanier Apr 23
Reconstruction : African-Americans when you Build a business—We’ll Burn it. Build neighborhoods—We’ll Burn it. Run for Office, gain wealth—We’ll Lynch you. Then you get asked: why don’t y’all have any generational wealth? 🤷🏾‍♀️
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The Process Apr 23
documentary screening at Bethany Baptist Church.
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Smithsonian NMAAHC Apr 23
Learn more about the Tulsa Race Massacre 👇🏾
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satyaprakash Apr 27
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Mark Anthony Neal Apr 23
Olivia Hooker, one of the last survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, dies at 103
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Bria Davenport Apr 23
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PBS Apr 24
Did you miss ? Stream or watch it now on the PBS Video App.
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Brandon Winford Apr 23
Here’s a snapshot of some work by the historians featured in ⁩ ⁦⁩ has an excellent chapter in “Building Black Metropolis” on McDonalds—“Politics of Drive-Thru Window.”
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Dorean 💁🏾‍♀️ Apr 23
“I like to consider my company the lion who learned to read and write” -Cathy Hughes
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Rage Against Ordinary Apr 23
No matter what trials and tribulations we encounter. We keep surviving and striving. We keep reinventing ourselves over and over again. I love my people and our communities. 💪🏾🙏🏾
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Black Enterprise Apr 24
Did you miss "Boss: The Black Experience in Business" on last night? If you did, you now have a chance to stream it through May 22! Tune in now -->
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Antoinette Robinson Apr 23
is a graduate level business course!
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rolandsmartin Apr 23
Let me clear: not everyone can be a boss. Not everyone can own. But if that is what God has destined for you, LIVE YOUR PURPOSE!
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MLDwrites Apr 26
In 1800s, the Freedman's Bank went under wiping out over a billion dollars worth of savings (in today's money) from African Americans. No one was charged with a crime. And people wonder why my ancestors did not trust banks.
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Black Enterprise Apr 23
For over 150 years Black business owners have made a way out of no way. Watch ’s latest documentary -- BOSS: THE BLACK EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS on featuring BLACK ENTERPRISE at 8pm ET Join the conversation using hashtag
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rolandsmartin Apr 25
If you don’t think we still need Black-owned media today, you are sadly confused. As the documentary showed up, controlling our narrative is as vital today as ever before. Please support as we build for the 21st century!
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Michael Kinney Apr 23
The Tulsa Race Riot ended the possibility of generational wealth for residents of Black Wallstreet.
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rolandsmartin Apr 23
BLACK PEOPLE! Are you watching ?! THIS is why I'm not focused on trying to land a cable contributor contract. I want to control the narrative. I'm not trying to ask someone can I go cover us. I want to OWN the damn company. is for real!
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Wendi C. Thomas Apr 23
The theft of black wealth makes me furious. My granddad was a janitor for a power co. When he died, he left $100K cash (more than $500K in today’s dollars) and even more in stock to his 9 children. What would his worth be if racism hadn’t kept him from promotions?
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